OnePlus Bullets Wireless Earphones Launched In India, Will Go On Sale From June 19

by Jeet 0

OnePlus announced the OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones along with its flagship smartphone OnePlus 6. Recently, the company launched the smartphone in the Indian market and today, OnePlus has launched its Bullets Wireless earphones in India.

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones will go on sale in India from June 19 at 12:00 PM through Amazon India and OnePlus’s online store. The earphones are priced at Rs. 3,999, which roughly converts to $59.

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The earphones are an upgrade to the OnePlus Bullets V2, which features a 9.2mm drivers and include the company’s Energy Tube, which is composed of a non-metallic mineral and silica gel to reduce frequency distraction and enable noise cancellation. The company says that the earphones have a weather-resistant design that can bear rain showers. But, OnePlus has not yet specified any IP certification for the build.

The OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones come with magnetic switches that pause the music when the earbuds are clipped together. Users can also resume the music when unsnapping the earbuds. Similarly, when disconnected from the handset after five minutes of inactivity, the earphones will turn off automatically to save the battery life.

Further, it is also possible to call Google Assistant with a long-press on the Play button. Thanks to this Google Assistant support, users are now able to interact with the phone through voice commands without taking it out from the pocket.

OnePlus has also equipped the Bullets Wireless headphones with fast charging technology. The company says that these headphones can provide five hours of continuous audio playback with just 10 minutes of charging.

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The fast charging technology works with every kind of USB Type-C cable and there’s need for a specific charger for this. OnePlus has also said that it will add a new feature which will allow answering calls by unclipping the earbuds in the future.